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 ^'*«...yy ™<&tgp*t(*.'?^i>:-  l/m  r'***^*mmifa&*rr< 'ttmi-XWSB  RECORD  RECORD  PUBLISHING   CO,,   Vancouver, Publishers.  Covering British Columbia.  Vol. 15, No. 22, Monday, August 5, 1918  FIREPLACE  MANTELS, GRATES and TILES  WE HAVE A WELL ASSORTED STOCK.  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT  ' Contracts taken for Tile, Terazzo and Marble Work.  STORE FRONT DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.  Wm. N. O'Neil Co., Limited  BUILDING   MATERIAL  Tel. Sey. 4795-6.  548-550 Seymour St.  A Man Is Accounted  of-  ACCOUNT    If    he    has    a     bank  ACCOUNT.     No'account    ia   too  small  to receive a courteous welcome at this bank.  Tha  Home Bank of Canada  Vancouver Branch,  446 Bastings  St. W.  jr.  P.  XacEO-sTAXXt,  Xanaffer  —GALVANIZING—  Bolts • Nuts - Bars - Spikes  Ships'' Equipment  Allan & McKelvie Engineering Co., Ltd.  12,4 Pr-Tr St * ^       VANCOUVER, B. C. •«■■■*"- «»  IVZtoBlVO   FEBUITS   AMOUNTEjrO   TO 8500  OS  OVEB ISSUED  H.T   TBS ▼AJTCOUVEB,  CITT HALL TESTEBDAT  Number  Description  Cost  9421—garage  $5,000  Streat Address  -Got  and Block  1005 Howe St. .J. 37-38—81  Subdivision  •J  Architect  Contractor  Address  541  .». Owner  G. Kilgren  Owner  Address  H. Hoffmeister  Vancouver Brand Cement, Reinforcing Steel, Hydrated Lime, etc.  Rhone 2988  Fr.OFCOLUMBIA AV        Clayburn Firebrick and otiier Clayburn Products, Facing, Brick, Build-  •itisn       ing Papers,'etc.  Mundyr Rowland & Co.  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Power  Installations  General Electrical Construction  'NONE SETMSII IMS  Standard Bank Bafldiag    -  VUCOIVEI - WIHNIrtt  $***. >J>or «... *  1 lia--;  j. is i; «S'iliS-5|i%'»,('« -'  Lumber   Veneer    Panels,  "x Our Stock is the Most Complete on the Pacific Coast  -%Wo nrotalso Solo   Agenta> for/tho  ,  '        Celebrated "Beaver Brand" Maple  and Birch Flooring.  J. FYFE SMITH CO. LIMITED  1320 Richards St.  \~r   «?  Vancouver. B. C'  AND] INDUSTRIAL  NEWS  THE  £      BUILDING PERMITS       J  9418—W.   McNee,   alterations,   2558  Oxford St., $100.    ' ,  *   9419—A. McKelvie, garage, 1136 Pacific, $100.  GENERAL RAILWAY A CONTRACTORS  ^SUPPLIES  < v,>...  Tor*  Sole A*ent* In Canedi  V**\<^  ■> CORRECTION.  , £ In our issue of August 2nd, an error  crept into our Building Permit column.  The firm of Matheson ,& DeGuerre appeared as the architects and also as  'the contractors in connection with the  fPermit' taken out for the construction  Brown, Fraser & Co., Ltd.  SUCCESSORS TO  DOMINION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO., LTD.  Mining, Municipal and Contractors'   ,  ,    Machinery and Supplies  Phono Soy no-sr 71SS "*<> Homer Street  1   -  Vancouver, B. C.  tistl.  of this building are theibiiilders and  are sub-letting the-, various 'tenders  'through'the architects'7of5ce. -,.' ^  "* The11" architects are now asking ,for  tenders for the . masonry,- carpentry,  heating and plumbing in connection  with this work.  working Company's factory in East  jBumaby last" week.;,. This contract,  which included" a $5000 job of quarter-cut oak, was. obtained by the local  company in ^open competition \with  eastern firms' and' has now been finished to the complete satisfaction of  .the Dominion military authorities.  The armories and building itself ran  into the neighborhood o'f over ,half  a .million dollars.  ...The Brookes Woodworking . Company are still working on the interior finishings of the new Union depot  at?Vancouver;' the, massive oak* seats  Sat..the^ixs^. ,of^the^jublic are - being  of£Hie -FfrstlCKurclf 6f Christ  Scien  This is an error, as,the- owners J Put into I>laee-and the work is near,-  FRANK DARLING & CO.  Roller Bearing Drills ■- Close Qoarter Piston Air Drills --- Rrvettine Hamners  ! Cfcippiflj Hanmers -Wood Borers-Turtine and Electric Drills  Hi^rrSpeed Steel--Drills-Reamers, Etc.   ^  Complete Stock of Accessories  j* _  1144HOMER ST.  Phone Sey. 41CO  -f  v£  *.    '•>'.  Iy completed.  •Vf 5.  XKMtdOB, Mag.  WlnBipeff  Toronto  Vancouver. B. C.  ROBERT VV. HUNT & CO., LTD.  '   ENGINEERS  INSPECTION-TESTS-CONSULTATION  STEEL,    CEMENT,    BUILDINGS,     BRIDGES,     PIPE,    RAILS,    CARS,  LOCOMOTIVES,  SECONDHAND   EQUIPMENT,   CREOSOTED  MATERIAL, LUMBER, ETC.  OFFICE: 1601 STANDARD   BANK BUILDING  508 KasUnffs W., -"ranoouvaivB. C.       .     '■  Cement TastUa; Laboratory, Boom 1601; Physical Testing laooratary, Boom Bl  Phone Sey. 2199  Resident Inspectors at Large Manufacturing Centers  TO  BUILD  NEW SCHOOL.  WHATCOM ROAD, B. C—The Government  will build   the   new   school  here just as soon as the trustees are  able to obtain the deed for the property.   The site selected is tlie property J  of Mr. Orion Bowman, and is situated  about a quarter of a mile east or me  municipal hall.   It is expected that the  trustees will either trade the old site  or purchase the properly directly.  NORTH   VANCOUVER   NOTES.  The Canadian Pipe' Company have  given   notice   to  the district council I where  it  will   be manufactured   into  LADYSMITH NOTES. , 7^  .' The * Gran by Company are pushing  ahead the development of their recently ' acquired propertjr* ' near . Cas-  sidy's Siding, on the Esquimalt &  Nanaimo Railway, and. already .have  two .slopes in operation, both producing coal  During the last month the' output  of coal was approximately two ttious-.  and tons, which is being stacked in 1  the meantime until shipping facilities  I have been established. They already  have gangs of men working clearing  a right-of-way to connect their property with the sea near Ladysmith,  where wharves and bunkers will be  built in the near future for the purpose of conveying coal by steamship  to their  . large    smelter    at    Anyox,  I  \->jr-  J    ^."> ^1    fr V  if'  ..*■■".-.*. -j..ij»'iy ,.  1 *,' *^%<.,. 3gjgsa<!Ui;5  Structural Steef For Every Purpose  BBAMB, CXAJfHSZS, A3K&LXU, TTOITXB, TBB8, CO&V1IHS  COMFUKTBaUr BQUIFFBB7 rABBZCATIBO SJEOF8  CANADIAN NORTHWEST STEEL COT, LM.  '- -i/l#j  1   '    S    T.'i  "*^  Tniitoent 8399 and 3397  ▼aaxouvar, B. O.  that they cannot finish their contract  for the construction of the East Seymour water system within the specified time. They claimed immunity  from the penatty clause of $50 a aay  by alleging that Vancouver was the  cause of this by their delay in making  the connection with the Seymour main.  The council, heaver, will not allow  tlie claim. /'  During July Building. Insector Fu-  gler issued four permits valued at  $1,200. This brings the total from  the beginning of the year up to $94,-  S00, which is four times greater than  that for the whole of 1917.  GILLEY BROS. Limited  coke for  smelting purposes.  Every preparation is being made  for extensive operations. Large machine shops have been built, where  the latest machinery has been installed ready to be operated when required. Their hoisting equipment is  also of the latest type, capable of  handling a very large output. A  large rescue station has just been  completed and is situated near the  mines. It is fitted with all the modern equipment that science has. attained in the protection of life and  limb.  A   large,  rooming-house   to   accommodate   160  men   has   been   laid   out  Balfour Guthrie & Co.  BUILDING MATERIAL DEPARTMENT  REINFORCING STEEL:—  Largest stock of Mild Steel Bars in Western Canada.   We cut to  length.    Cold Twist and Bend Bars.  BOLTS:—  Drift Bolts, Machine Bolts, Tie Bolts.       We are prepared to furnish large" orders of Special Bolts on short notice.  SPIKES—CAST  IRON   WASHERS,  ETC-  MERCHANT IRON and STEEL BARS  PORTLAND  CEMENT — LIME —  HYDRATED  LIME —  FIRE  CLAY  SCOTCH  FIRE BRICK — BLACKSMITH COAL —COKE  SEA COAL—PIG IRON — MANILA ROPE, ETC.  VANCOUVER  WINCH BUILDING  Private Ex. Sey. 9197  San Francisco, Los  Angeles. Portland  Seattle, Tacoma  VICTORIA  BELMONT   BUILDING  Telephone 5037  by  the   engineers,   and   next  to   this  SMITHERS. building   is   a   bath   house   with   the  __A lumber mill is. being constructed i iatest improvements, wh^ra forty  on the Martin Dahl roperty on the si,0*wers will be installed for the ac-  outskirts of Smithers. Sam Johnson commodatioii of those who dig "black  is the owner, and in addition to cut- diamonds'* to "keep the home fires  ting of lumber the plant will be used   burning."  m    connection  contracts.  with   his    tie-making  '   A    large   tract   of   land   has   been  cleared around the mines for the es-  -D-EAX-ERS  IN  Crushed Rock, Sand  and Gravel  All Kinds of Building Material  902 COLUMBIA STREET WEST  PHONE 15 AND 16 NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.  A very rich copper strike has been tablishment of a townsite, where a  made near Houston by Andrew Mar-Jnumber of dwelling houses are near-  ■tinson and Fred Hedding. A little | \y comleted and will be fitted with all  work exposed a three-foot vein carry- f the latest improvements and connecting high grade chalcopyrite.  BURNABY   NOTES  The last shipment of interior finishings for the Calgary drill hall was  sent forward from the Brookes Wood  ed with a perfect water and light  system. Streets have been graded  and will be named after the different kinds of timber that grow so  abundantly in that part of the dis-l  trict. !  We Have Just Installed a  COMPLETE  MARINE RAILWAY  Size 110 x 42 feet  General Scow and Tugboat Repairing  Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. Ltd.  Phone  Seymour 9163  1561  Granville Street  Are You .-Doo-klHgr for a •»  FACTORY or WAREHOUSE  We have a splendid proposition to offer you. A three-story, mill constructed buildiiiK, S0xl20, and 70 feet vacant land adjoining, located on the  corner of Victoria "Drive and Albert Street. This is a mortgage sale and the  price and terms will suit you.    Lot us show you this.  GENEKAIi A-D-tMaHTTSTBATION SOCIETTr  Credit Poncier Bldg-. 850 EEastingrs Street "West  Forcings Machine Work Patterns  Westminster Iron Works  John IFJcid, Proprietor  Manufacturers of  Structural and Ornamental Ironwork  ■■*4  ■..'+■  •Phone S3  Office and Works, Tenth St,.  New Westminster, B- C.  A  .-Li.  M  ^Yy  I BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  "7  £  K-'J^"* >""'  ifeW'V I' "  ?;t".'*i'j  .TV   '  British Columbia Record  {Published every Monday, Wednesday and  Friday by the  RHJCORD   PUBLISHING  CO.  Emu  SHIPBUILDING m MARINE  4-  f  Mining News  Telephone Seymour 7808.  Address:,   683 Homer-Richards Lane '  Rear 'of 431 Dunsmulr Street.  C. H, NBLSON....MANAGING' EDITOR  Subscription Bfttos  One month   ..'.:...r. $1.00  -Six  months $6.00  Payable strictly In advance.  PEDEBAXi CONTROL OF BOAO  "   ' BUILDZNO  '  All   highway "construction   and   street  Improvement  In' the  Stater,of  Washington has virtually passed Into control of  the  United   States  highways   council   at  Washington, D. C, through directions received from the council by James Allen,  highway   commissioner.     The   highways  council, operating In connection with the  council of national defence, directs that  all road construction during the war be  viewed  in   the   light, of  war  conditions,  and that time', labor and material be used  only   on   roads   of   first   importance   to  economic  and/ military  purposes.  Through the capital isue council the  highways council's approval or disapproval  will "govern road or. street  bond  Issues and through the fuel administra-l     tvoi.i,„,«„,i <„ <_ n„, „« *i,- ai,inh„iMin»  tion    the   council   will   control   railroad L,,™-^*1*,^^  Rhlnments   u«sp of.oil and asphalt   These  companies of British Columbia now ac-  snipments,_use or-on ana aspnait   lnese  tlve]y   engaged  in  ship   construction  or  TWENTY-TWO OUT  OF TWENTY-SEVEN  Twenty-two of the 27 wooden ships  ordered to be built in B. C. shipyards  by the Imperial Munitions Board have  been launched, and several   of^   them  completed.    Speculation   exists   as  to  what several of the shipyards* which  are now completing   this   programme  will  do after the Imperial  Munitions  Board's contracts are through.    Companies owning yards are reported to be  negotiating with private concerns   for  more orders, and in the case of   the  Lyall yard at North Vancouver it was  stated last week that contracts for 20  wooden ships for Norwegian interests  had been signed.  British Columbia Yards  combined   forces   for   war   economy   are  recognized   as   controlling   the   situation  through   close  co-ordinationT1-"    ■'  'Council state, supervision Vis exercised  through    the    highway    commissioners,  who are provided with blank forms upon  which requests for approval of -highway  or street projects are to be forwarded .to  the   state   highway   commissioner. -   He  either approves or disapproves and sends  -the' form   to   Washington,   where   it   Is  'finally passed on  by-the national, highways   council,   which  will  act' , as     the  clearing house for ail .the governmental  agencies that  have ,to^ be consulted un-  < der present regulations before any. public expenditure can be undertaken."    "   '-  PLUMBING  PERMITS  1  Last name appearing lo^eacn permit  given- is "contractor.     '  CV     1578jefto 15790.  ;   2114—Yuen .Chong, 114  Pender St.  E.; B. Boe. 7,       *"'*'     \-    ':'v '<  - 2115—F.,. Sparks", -670 Kingsway,;   W:  ,       ft.- •»    .j-,,. ^> j,     ,t   -   jv  .J. Harper. *  ely   engaged  in  ship  recently organized:  Steel Shipbuilding Plant*.  Coughlan Shipbuilding Co., Vancouver.  Wallace' Shipyards; North Vancouver.  Wood Snipballdlnr Kante.   .  Cameron' Genoa Mills Shipbuilders Ltd.,  Victoria.        -'     -J' * .■   .  Foundation Company of B. C, Ltd., Victoria. ' ,        ;*■  Lyall   Shipbuilding , Co., , North   Vancouver. .          .  <j    -       ,_      .,"'iV'  New   Westminster.,Eng.   A   Const.  Poplar Island.    * t /> *~-&^ w'- -  Pacific" Construction Co.. "Ltd., Port Co-  ' quitlam. ■   ,   ;       -3 -. '- jj , v  Standard   Shipbuilding'Co.,   Vancouver.  Wallace Shipyards Ltd., Vancouver.  Western   Canada   Shipyards* Ltd.,. Van-  Co.,  ; couver.  ■•-*!!■ -■$■>  [■names and dates of launching:  The following table shows the yards  engaged in Munitions Board orders, the  number of   ships    ordered,   and   the  Lyall Yard, North Vancouver.  Six vessels ordered, all launched.  Feb. 16, War Puget;  April U\, War  Cariboo;  April 27, War Cayuse;  May  11, War Atlin; June 24, War Nicola;  July 24, War Suquash.  Cameron-Genoa Yard, Victoria.  Four vessels ordered, all launched.  Jan. 24, War Yukon; April 25, War  Haida; June 12, War Skeena; July 27,  War Stikine.  Pacific Construction Co., Coquitlam.  Two vessels ordered, both launched.  April 13, War Tyee; July 16," War  Sumas.  Western  Canada, Vancouver.  Six ordered, four launched.  '   Jan. 14, War Nootka; March 6, War  Selkirk;  May 23, War Tatla; July 4,  J War  Casco.    Ready  to  launch,  War  Chilkat and War Tanoo. '  Foundation Yard, Victoria.  Five vessels ordered,'three launched  ,   Dec. 27/War Songhee; April 11, War  Masset;"jurie 15, War Babine. 'Ready  .to* launch. War, Camchin.        "  New Westminster Constr Co.  Four vessels, ordered, two launched.  April 11, War ComoV;; June ,15,"War  Edensaw."        * "      ( 1  In 141 days ■ at Copper mountain,  the three C's drove its lower tunnel  2900 feet.        . ' ;  There are miners working in Merritt coal mines who are making $1,2  to $15 per day. Some of them are  putting by a couple of dollars occasionally for a rainy day, and some  are  not.  A hauling system composed of an  engine and cars was installed on-Juiy  1 on the No. 3 tunnel at the Florence, Ainsworth. This , installation  will permit the mill to be operated  on a 24-hour basis.  The Sunloch Mining company, R.  H. Stewart, manager, is building a  spur from Vancouver t Island Power  company's tramway at Jordan River,  on Vancouver Island, and is arranging to ship ore to Tacoma smelter.  The Granby will do extensive diamond drilling upon the Copper King  and Camp McLeod claims, IS miles  from Seymour Arm. The government  has appropriated $3,000 towards building a trail and bridge.  News   comes   from   New   Hazelton  that   the   Rocher   de   Boule   Mining  company has struck a shoot of ore.  Reports  from Anyox  indicate   that  work is being rushed on the byproducts plant, the coke ovens now being in course of construction.    With  its own coal mine and coke plant the  Granby company will be assured that  it will have available sufficient coke,  1 v  f  for  the  smelter, and  will _ not. < suffer,  can be used in a  hundred -ways in  INDUSTRIAL and CONSTRUCTION  work of all kinds  Consult our New Business Manager  about adapting; gas to your needs  VANCOUVER GAS COMPANY  Carrall and Hastlnir Sta. 'Phone Seymour SOOO  from shortage as was the cast,last  'year when "labor troubles' 'firWhe  Crow's Nest district, interfered with  the output of coal, causing a corresponding depletion Of the coke supply  at the smelter at Grand Forks.""'  USE  ELASTIGU  The Tough,  Elastic, Adhesive Cement  (Ready for use.)  FOR YOUR  LEAKY ROOF  Send for Free Booklet  MANUFACTURED. BY  THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.  Cor Tenth Avenue and Arbutus, Street       -    , .        VANCOUVER   B. C  Phone' B#y. 772 ' *'  7 2116—W..  Donald,. 2216'Grant St.;  rGeoi Whyte.    : »,. .  f♦J^^^'VC^t»;^».^I^♦L^^'».'^*Jt|»''»''^^»:|l''^'l^l.'i'f.  I  •r  ARCHITECTS  :».|.»'l-<Mt'.»jt'-»'I:-|"I'->'ii*;l'->'t-»^»ji-->'l--f-l  :..Sey.' 3300  ds Sey. 6508  ,   ^.    .-*--   H*y  1*-  *-  Benzie   Jas. ,A., 5"t0 Hast..  Bryan & Gillam, 509 -Rich.  .Sejr. 3»7S  Bamberton Cement  c*  Bulldog Cable  Pacific Lime  '.\*  . ', Cox; A. Arthur, FtRJ-B^XftliZ  '7Pender ,W.' l.7..:.:.:._.'"....:..,..7.'"-'rS  Dalton. * Eveleigh,<■?615-i•»  f  \na.BtyiYr.L,h-..:..^. :.'.'....:„._..-.:.sey./i«62  ' Gardiner,-^F.   Gr *   Mercer, - 71$   Gran.;  * *'-'SeymourJS672.- "' "> *   7   - "   -  -•* Gardiner, Wm: -Frederick,'^ 718    * '     '   -\  ,   ". Gran .-......-. .'. Sey. 8672  Henderson,    A.    Ernest,   89-40  , Davis   Chambers   Bldg.,   61S  Hastings - Yr?....^.:-......?..?..!.....:..:.Sey.    724  " Honeyman & Curtis, 821   » ;   '  .     Pender W   :...' :.Sey. U21  Macey,  Frank. 470 Gran...'. Sey. 1804  Matheson, Robt. M., 50* Rich...Sey. 6088 |  Palmer, Bernard C; 616 Credit  Foncier Bldg : i..Sey. 3680  Pratt &  Ross," 736 Gran .1 Sey. 1567  Sharpe & Thomson. 620  Pender' VT Sey. 1064  Somervell   A  Putnam,' 626t -  Pender   W Sey. 6230  Townler. Fred L... 325 Homer....Sey.  8013 ,_-,«,,  Twteell,  R. P. S., 887 Hast.W..Sey. 7825   Harbor Works ..  t-3  R. V.WINCH & COM Limited  -  ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR RENT  W« specialize In prompt ••rvic* for Contractors'  temporary powor installations  ■ 'BxC^lJEltllliC--  SERVICE   24 . HOURS   A   DAY  'Phone   Seraoir   5000  Seynoir  - i.   '  ad   have   nr   rtireseititlvi   call  A  Vancbovor anil Victoria  r-;  - \-  YOUR CARTAGE PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED  "irXY^  ■X  PATRONIZING  Wfr  CARTAGE CONTRACTORS  4*.  PROPOSED   NEW   WORK  Ohsmetec.  Armory  Cost  $360,000  ♦ ■>»^»gH|HiH|^^Htl»^<i>»j(^^^4H$wSH»»>>  J    OFFICIAL  DIRECTORY    |  ^■|.».l.i|i^».*^»I^H»»4.»»»^g>»»»»4«fr>;  CITY OPJVANCOUVER.  Executive Department  Mayor :': R. H. Gale  City Council  Ward 1-. Thos. H. Kirk  Ward 2  W. R. Hamilton  Ward, 3  W. C. Marshall  Ward 4  ,Jos. Hoskins  Ward 5 W. R. Owen  -Ward 6  S. C. Elliot  Ward 7  Frank E. Woodside  Ward 8  : F. P. Rogers  Financial & Clerical Departments  Clerk  Wm. McQueen, B.A.  Comptroller G. F. Baldwin  Treasurer  J. J. Johnstone  Accountant -.._ A. 7. Pilkington  Engineering Department  Engineer F. L. Fellowes  Building Department  Building Inspector....'.....R. A. McKenzie  Water Department  Becretary  S. J. Montgomery  Health   &  Sanitation   Department  Medical Health Officer F. T. Un'derhill  Library  librarian  R. W. Douglas  Board of Park Commissioners  Joknathan Rogers, Chairman  A- C. J. Leek G. W. Hatchings  M. S. Logan       George Bldon  W. S. Rawlings, Superintendent  Light Department  Electrician .........—...7.....C. H. Fletcher  Street & Sewers Department  Superintendent ................—-John Morton  'Police Department  Police Magistrate :...;......_H. C. Shaw  Court Clerk E. Robinson  Solicitor .....'......-... E. F. Jones  Prosecutor  -R. L. Maitland  Fire  Department.  Chief  - J- H- Carlisle  Bank & office bldg-   Hotel, C. N. By   _~Not riven  VANCOUVER  'V  Loeattoa   Grandview   Kitsilanv Reserve     Hastings A Granville   False Creek Fill   ....... Owns*   Government  ...'Government   Royal Bank  ...C N. Ry. Co.  Ajrealtoet  Perry  A Fowler      Government  _ ;   No archt. commissioned yet   anaa* aVwdy  Preparing  Most, modern and complete  equipment for  handling MACHINERY and HEAVY MATERIALS  &  Large warehouses for storage  Choap Ratoa  UNION  STATION  ' Ml  'R^mm Soymour 405,  MAIN STREET  Post Office   PoBt Office    Concrete  Garage  JY. $260,000   $36,000  IDUraiT BE-LOW AXE PSOPOSEdI BTJT KATE BEX* 708TPOHEO:  Gore" and Keefer.  South Vancouver.  Flf ta A Fir Sts....  —. Dom. Govt   Dom. Govt  -Ford Motor Co.  Dom. Govt.  Dom. Govt.  Owners     Delayed  • Delayed  .....  Delayed  "h.  ADAM 4ACK  Brick Builder and Contractor  - "-ft  Kilns, Furnaces, and Boilers' a Specialty  ESTIMATES  GIVEN - - DISTANCE   NO  OBSTACLE  Telephone tllshlanrf ,72*  VANCOUVER, B. C.  2021 Wall St.  CONTRACTS LET OR WORK STARTED  BRITISH COLUMBIA-  I,o«atloB      -GENERAL      Owner  Architect  ..Plans Beady  »-t--i-H.*» 1»I ♦ I **e*++_4*+*+++   ^^♦^♦^»,ilt.I.#.^^}M>)^HtK.,,,.  PILING w POLES  FIRf CEDAR or HEMLOCK  any length - any diameter  FEDERAL LUMBER GO.  Seymour 3998*3999  Incorporated 1909  1021-1024 Rogers Building      ,  PANTAGES  Three Shows Daily  2.3p-7.00-9.00  PRICES 20c - 30c  ARMSTRONG, MORRISON & CO., LIMITED  Public Works Contractors  *\e*w*e_e***e*++e***e*e*e+ -m^^^^v^Hmft^  SB|t£i|E^^i  0fficeI813-815 Bower Bldg.  Vancouver, B. C.  "OCEAN FALLS"  KRAFT  NOTICE  Kraft Wrapping Paper is now being manufactured in British Columbia.   The paper is  of excellent,  uniform  quality  and  of great  tensile strength.  Samples and prices gladly given.  Sales Agents  SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIGHT, LIMITED  Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.  M -I wmm  ^^^^^^^^5;- •. m^^^^^^  AUTOMOBILE DIRECTORY  Buying? Information for Automobile  Owners and Prospective Buyers  FORD FOOT ACCELERATORS  Give Fords standard fool control  Price $2.25  Gatrell fit Hastincs  Sey.  2108 1259  Granville St.  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  iffliil  W|  BMtTOjnii  BaBBP^'  FORD CARS  GRAY & DAVIS STARTERS  FOR FORDS  Sullivan -Taylor Motor Co.  250 Kingsway Fair. 2730  MICHELIN TIRES & ACCESSORIES  Co to HILL, LTD.  Everything for the Motorist  Phone Seymour 6411 Quick  Service  SEYMOUR TIRE & RUBBER CO. LTD.  Dominion, Nobby's and Goodyear Truck  ' Tires  Motor Accesstrict  851  Pender St. W Sey. 3053  SAXON  SALES   COMPANY  Distributors for  SAXON AUTOMOBILES  1272 Granville,St. Sey.3391  DAVIE VULCANIZING CO.  Auto and Tire Repairs  , Vulcanizing  1234 Granville St. Sey.   1184  LITTLE  CIANT MOTOR TRUCKS  "All that the Name Im'pliis"        '  Leslie W-. Pearson, Mgrw  Granville at  Pacific  .. Sey.   331  CONSOLIDATED MOTOR CO.,, LTD.  Packard — Nash — Maxwell  Trucks, and Passenger Cars  1230 Georgia St....  .Seymour 4030  BLACK-BROS.. LIMITED^  Automobile Supplies—Car Bodies'  Tops and Seat Covert  1111-15 Homer St „ ,.Sey'668-69  EFFICIENCY CONTEST  CAUSING  EXCITEMENT  Two months has elapsed since the  motor truck efficiency contest was  started by the Packard Motor Car  Company, in which the contestants  will compete for $5,000 in cash prizes.  The entry list in British, Columbia  shows plainly that the average truck  owner, particularly the business firm,  is anxious to find the best manner, in  which to operate motor vehicles and  keep an accurate accounting system  which will show in every detail the  cost of hauling.  Many inquiries have reached the  Consolidated Motor Company, British  Columbia distributors of the Packard  lines, as to why the national truck  owners'  cost system  was  adopted.  "Tlie answer is simple and convincing," said Mr. A. W. Cruise, of  the Consolidated Motor Company,  "First, 'the system is the result of the  experience of owners operating every  well known make of truck on the  American market, in all parts of the  country, and over greatly, diversified  road conditions.  "Second, it is an absolutely unbiased one; that is, it is not gotten  out ~ by any one truck maker or by  men    favoring, a   certain*   make   of  (truck. All of the leading truck  makers have indorsed it and ' con<  tributed their experience with those  of the owners toward its perfection.  "The third and most important reason is that if properly' kept it will give  to the truck owners or prospective  buyers a true picture of what any  make of truck can do under certain  conditions. If the owner wants to find  out what his trucks are doing as compared with what some other mane of  truck is doing under similar conditions,  he has but to compare his cost sheets  with those of another operator who is  also using the national cost system."  motor, vehicle movement. Practical  men will not weary their tongues with  bucb ,a word of learned length and foreign derivation."  The present King of England, King  George, placed his stamp of approval  upon the motor car in 1900, when he  took up motoring for the first time.  This is the season when the owner  of a car should replenish oil in all  compartments, engine, clutch, gear-set  and i rear axle. The compartments  should be flushed out with kerosene  before the new oil is installed.  THE  A prominent physician of Flathush.  N. Y., was the owner of an early motor car which at that time, he stated,  saved him $600 a year, as„ compared  with the cost of two horses, which he  formerly kept in use in his practice.  A TEST OF STRENGTH  AUTO IS NEEDED.  The automobile has become a part  and parcel of the life of the nation.  Its uses and utilities are woven into  every phase' of our home, business,  financial, social/' professional,' even  governmental life.—Kisselgraphs.  Speaking of the wordv "automobile"  at the time it was first being seriously  considered as the authentic name for  all motor vehicles used to carry passengers, an early writer had this to  say: "As for the word-'automobile,'  it is French, and represents the faddish and speculative phases   of   the  Tire Repairs - Auto Repairs  We .have just added to.our extensive tire business an Auto Repair Department manned,by men who have had considerable experience In the repair  'business both*here and in France.     ?J , -      » ,,   ■  We can fix your car from  top to bottom.  DAVIE VULCANIZING COMPANY  G.  S. HOCKLEY, Manager.  1234 Granville St. 8eymour 1184 Vancouver, B.C.  Kopper King  The Kopper King meets completely the  exacting needs of motorists, of those car  owners who are seeking the utmost freedom from sparking troubles.  Copper - covered asbestos gaskets  cushion the porcelain, protecting it from  the smashing, hammer-like blows of the  exploding gas mixture.  As protection for the shell of the plug,  a heavy coating of copper eliminates rust  troubles, preventing absolutely the temper-trying exasperation of a spark plug  rusted fast into the cylinder head.  But the copper surface does more, it  prevents carbon deposits; carbon will  not adhere to copper, under electrical  heat, consequently spark plug short-  circuiting, the trouble-maker of smooth-  running engine operation, is eliminated  and the motor is at its best in pickup, in  ready response to the accelerator at all  times, and' in economical operation.  Furnished -with Mica Insulation if desired.  The, widest guaranteed Plug on the  Market.  ASK YOUR DEALER.  Canadian General  Electric Company  1     r* Limited  AUTOMOBILE AND  MOTOR   BOAT  For Exacting  Motorists —  The,Plump Mrs. Portly—"I hear that  Sirs. Hollowneck's husband has ' left  her" for a', younger woman. I'd like to  see tb,e man that would throw me  over." *'' ~l  .The Meek Mr. Portly—Some Cham-,  plon weight-lifter might doTt," but It  would be a job.  •i«  j      '    ,i  ft', \ s  *'      ?~-  I  I *■* n  I Ji"-*-."* *.      ' '  * ^t"    ■"'■a    aj; s  1 to 5 Tons  >    V       i™ r     „fr i. |  Reduces Haulage Costs  2a Per Cent  Seymour 5710  SUPPLIES  1065 Pender St. VV.  x'* *"'  ■  f      rt         '■rt't  * e      '  i  *t*  >               ,   .              ?. .  v Mam  L  m  m  MM  MA  THE BATTERY  yWm  Jfl®  rOR YOUR CAR  ^yS  *m_\ **,    f_^fm  [rftcrl  We  ' 40 per. ceni-longer life  r ^^^Ba^J^a^  -Umt—4  m—tm——\  18, months' Guarantee  '-*"'"'                                h  ^  _______W**f  \nW_____t^i.  ,"■       j*  W^kmw ' J  PRICE    NO    HIGHER  '  Call and see us  when passing •                 -  JARVIS  ELECTRIC CO.  ,  r  Distributors  ,for«B.-C-  - 570 Bioharda  ■*•■  -"?  -\  t       **'  .   _ aoymonr 175  Special  ' ' «   _   •■>  ■   «■  - Traction Tread  ^ v i j    •"   -r       ,    .  in  **««*S  *tr*.v  O*"■ ***■        vv   '•(v.'. .  More Pebple buy  DUNLOP TOES  because they have to  buy them less often.  ^  1 V   "  ^        \*i.  ^v  *-  li-  fc     i  -  J*iu  A-  "V/  f  -'     '         7 7*  .,.   \     *7 <; fit  It  ■ i>* rJ^-«  \m_W *  *_    -V-+s    \1          if J  ^  l      .'        V  #V  i  "" *  *■  S          '    -  <v  \  1  A*  1  '  *-'^J "v4*'-<' w™^- - *^J  The Stoiy of a Merchantile Firm  A Nevada Company hauled merchandise 100 miles  over mountainous roads. Used 6 horses making a  trip every 4 days and hauling 3 tons.  This cost them $40 per trip or $13.33 per ton.  With a \y_ ton FEDERAL they now make a round trip every  day, hauling 6 tons every 4 days.  This costs them $16 per trip or $10.66 per ton.  A saving of $2.67 per ton arid they are home every night.  You can estimate your own savings in dollars with the efficient  FEDERAL service.  Our Traffic Engineers will figure out your needs and advise  you truthfully.  H.J.TUCKER  Soymour 3565 833 Fender St. "West, Vancouver  Distributors for FEDERAL Motor Truck Co., Detroit  Greatest  Safety :;  !-£>  Greatest  Mileage  A 8<?f  Ai7i7±7i7l7i7i7iT±7i7^  BEGG MOTOR  1062 Georgia St. W.  Seymour 904$  BRITISH COLUMBIA  DISTRIBUTORS  CHEVROLET  DODGE  CHALMERS  HUDSON  CADILLAC and  REPUBLIC TRUCKS  .1 TMY-:^^  -'?  ^*-  %  tp  ■H  1  ^  BRITISH COLUMBIA RECORD  BAGLEY MAKES GOOD RUBBER STAMPS"  BAGLEY & SONS Ltd.  ENGRAVERS and MANUFACTURERS  SEALS  BARR & ANOERSON  PLUMBING and HEATING  r  International  Automatic  Sprinkler  Equipment  "BAGLEY DOES GOOD PRINTING"  KEv   TAGSSTE2RASSS  *£_%_" tiSSmiFmS'  lT™PS>   M"AC  CHECKS, TIME   CHECKS,  *E      TAGS,   BRASS   SluNS,   NUMBERING    MACHINES,   BADGES   OF  ALL   kindq     etc  ALL  WORK GUARANTEED BEST QMUTY. PROMPT DETHeRYAND EA1 PRICES    '  PHONE SEY. 316 Moved to 516 PENDER ST., W.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  SEALED   TENDERS   addressed  less made upon forms supplied by the  to   Department  and   in   accordance  with1  Phone Seymour 6180  1060 Homer St  Vancouver B. C.  Fraser River  PILE DRIVING CO.  >   LIMITED    ""  P. A. Jones, Mgr.  WHARF BUILDING;  BRIDGES,  PILE FOUNDATIONS,;  /'    "ETC.   ''■ '; ";:;  Owners of Tug "CLIVE"  -    - General Towing  324 Front SL New Westminster  Tifiphom 1015 ,   •.  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Sprinkler System in sheds on  Government wharf, Vancouver,'B. C."  will be received at this office until  12 o'clock, noon, on Thursday, August lo, 1918, for the installation of  an automatic sprinkler system in the  two wooden freight sheds on the  Government whairf at Vancouver, I  B.   C.    '  Plans and forms of contract can  be seen and specification and forms  of tender obtained at this Department, at the offices of the District  Engineers, Shaughnessy Building,  Montreal, Equity Building, Toronto,  and at the Post Office, Vancouver,  •B.  C.  Tenders will not be considered .unless made upon forms supplied by  the' Department and in accordance  with' conditions set forth therein.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted "cheque on a chartered bank, payable to the order of the  Minister of Public Works, equal to  ,10 per cent, of the amount! of the  tender.  Note.—Blue prints can be obtained  at this Department by depositing an  accepted bank cheque for the sum of  $10, payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works, which will he  conditions set forth herein.  Each tender must be accompanied  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works, equal to 10 per  cent, of the amount of {"he tender.  Note.—Blue prints can be obtained  at the Department' of Public Works by  depositing an accepted bank cheque  for sum of $25 payable to the order  of the Minister of Public Works, which  will be returned if the intending bidder submit a regular bid.  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, July 15, 1918.  I  WRIGHT BROS.  NOTICE- TO   CONTRACTORS  OCEAN   FALLS   SCHOOL.  Sealed tenders superscribed "Tender  for Ocean Palls School" will be received by the Honorable the Minister  of Public Works up tor-12 o'clock noon  of Tuesday, the 6th day of August,  191S, for the erection and completion  of a four-room School and Outbuildings at Ocean Falls in the Prince  Rupert Electoral District, B.  C.  Plans and   specifications, also con-1  ditions of 'contract; can now beT seen  BUILDERS AND  CONTRACTORS  ROOFING   SPECIALISTS  We Design and Build  Sey. 3315       511 Dunsmuir St.  &SON  INSURANCE  IN   ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  REAL ESTATE  CITY       PROPERTIES,       FARMS,  FACTORY   SITES   AND   TIMBER  150 Masting St., W. 'Phone Sey. 8602  ESTABLISHED 1 898  Twenty years   In  business  In Vancouver  at the 6ffices oftthe Government'Agent,  Courthouse,   Vancouver;   Dr. Christie,  returned if the intending bidder sub-j Secretary of j the School Board," Ocean  mit a regular bid.' *  a   , By. order, r. ^     „ t  l'j-: [rR.  *C. ^DESROCHERS*'  ,)  '*■,-*',        " :«*       r     Secretary,*  p Department'"'of. Public" Works? -  Ottawa, July 17,  191,8.    r-,  &?/•■'     ■'«"*  W$\-   Y"'Y  DIXON & MURRAY  ,   '.,    MMNUFACTURERSOr  T:  .  SHOW CASES, OFFICE  >l*   -  GENERAL CARPENTER WORK  r >       ...      * **■<■  P-MITIIf 6. PAPER HANS-    ;.  Hfi M. RALS0MINING  Sey. 8765      Sey. 8766  1065 Dunsmuir St.  NOTICE TO, CONTRACTORS.  /, NORTH   SAANICH-VcHOOL.  ' Sealed' tenders, superscribed " "Tender for North" Saanich School," will  be -received"" by 'the' Honorable the  Minister of Public Works up "to-12  o'clock noon of Thursday,-the'loth  day of August, 1918, for erection and  completion of.a two-room school and  outbuildings at North Saanich,' in the  Islands;-Electoral' District, B. C.  ' Plans,, specifications and conditions  of-contract can now be'seen at",the  office of Department of Public' Works  Victoria,  B. C. -    ,.    .,      ,,>        l "•   t  Uowest  or* any tender   not-necessarily accepted. -   *l ''    . ■    \  -, -'L\,-., ,       '"^'> E^ FOREMAN, —'" '  V'** .'-! Public Works Engineer.  '  Public. Works  Department,Y'"/r Yir,    Y  -\ - Victoria, *B.*;a,  July   22,   1918.   ~  Palls;   or "the'Department of/ Public  Works. Victoria, B. C. _  -,    , , •   '     <•     -' ' *  Lowest or   any. tender , hot /necessarily accepted. * t    ' ' -  ,'     A." E. FOREMAN, >  Public Works Engineer.  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B._ C '' Y,  ..   July 6th,,1918.  SECURITIES  GOVERNMENT ANO MUNICIPAL  BONDS,    MORTGAGES    ~\  RENTS  COLLECTED .  BUILDINGS MANAGED  Ceperley,; Rounsefell  *  and r Company ,'-'w  -ESTAB-DISHEX) 1886  739 Hastings -St. XV.      *     Vancouver  Telehpone Seymour" 7S20    7*   ,  les  Electrical Contractors  1  Let ns figure on .your work. Send us your troub-  We repair everything Electrical' Nothing too  large, nothing too small. • If you have any lighting  trouble send for our .expert who will advise you .without charge.   Our stock of Residence, Store and Office  Lighting Fixtures is-the largest in the city. t  * -  -- .   "'   *  — '■ / "• -' :     '.  TIMBER SALE   X1407. r  % Sealed tenders will be received* by  the 7, District Forester, Vancouver,  ■B. C, not later than noon on the 19th  day of August, 1918, for the purchase  of License X1407, to cut fOtfjOOO feet  of D. &D. Cedar and Fir on an area  situated on Powell Lake,_ New Westminster District. .'    -,  One" (1) year will be allowed for  removal of timber.     ' *  Further' particulars, of the „ Chief  Forester,^ Victoria, .B.. C, or "District  Forester, Vancouver, B.  C. ■   *  E. A. BAILEY  Plumbing  and  Steamfitting  1033 Cranvli:* St.  Vanco«v*r. B. C.  Phon* S«y. 136  Ras. Bay. 77  NOTICE'TO CONTRACTORS*  CANFORD SCHOOL.  Sealed -tenders superscribed "Tender for Canford School" will be received by the Honorable the Minister  of Public Works up to J 2 o'clock noon  of Tuesday, the 27th day of August,  1918, for the erection and completion of a small one-room school and  outbuildings at Canford, in the Yale  Electoral District, B. C.  Plans, specifications and conditions  of contract can now be seen at the  office of the Government Agent, Courthouse, Vancouver.  Lowest   or   any  tender  not  sarily accepted.  A. B. FOREMAN,  Public  Works  Engineer,  Department  of  Public   Works,  Victoria, B. C, July 22nd, 1918.  PROPOSALS   WANTED  xzscsraAjrsoug fbofobaas * -  Plans are now-being  prepared -by  architects   -Gardiner    &    Mercer   for  Schaake    Company    Ltd.,    Industrial  Island, ,for the enlargement of their  present   shop   building,   store   house,115487  new pattern shops  and   a new foundry building 120x40 feet.   ,As soon as  the plans are completed tenders will  be called for, a notice of which will  appear in this  paper. '  The firm of Matheson & DeGuerre,  architects and engineers, 508 Northwest Building, are calling for tenders for the Masonry and Carpenty  work in connection with the construe^  tion "of  the   First   Church   of   Christ  neces- Scientists which is being erected on  Georgia Street,  The masonry tenders call for the  laying of cut stone, structural tile  work, etc., while approximately 4r>,000  common and pressed brick will be  used in the structure.  G, ftilgren  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  FAIRMONT 9481     962 14th AVE. E.  S. J. Tricfcer  E. E. Elliott  CENTRAL SHEET   METAL  WORKS  SHEET,  COPPER,  BRASS  and IRONWORK  RESTAURANT   EQUIPMENT  BOAT TANKS  GALLEY RANGES  STEAM  TABLES  SMOKE   STACKS  HEATING       VENTILATING  PLUMBING  Phone Sey. 620     151% Pender St. W.  VAJ-rcomr-E-B, B. c.  NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.  SIDNEY  SCHOOL.  Sealed tenders superscribed "Tender for Sidney School" will be received by the Honorable the Minister  of Public Works up to 12 o'clock noon'  of Thursday, tlie 22nd day of August,  1918, for the erection and completion of a two-room schopl and out-j  buildings at Sidney, in the Islands  Electoral   District'.  Plans, specifications and conditions  of .contract can now be seen at the  office of the Public Works Department, Victoria, B. C.  Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  A. E. FOREMAN,  Public Works Engineer.  Public Works Department,  Victoria, B. C; July 22, 1918.  Matheson & DeGuerre, architects  and engineers. SOS Northwest Building  have just completed plans for the construction of a beautiful home to be  erected for Mr. Wesley < Rowsom, on  the northwest corner of 12th Ave. and  Birch St.  The new home will be a two story  structure, 22 x 50 feet, with full concrete basement, 8 rooms, brick fireplace, and a hot water heating plant  The living room, dining room and  halKdown stairs will be finished three  ply veneered panels, with four coats  of stain varnish, while the upstairs  will be finished with four coats of  white- enamel.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Sealed Tenders addressed to the  undersigned and endorsed "Tender for  Shed and Trackage on Pier No. 3, Victoria, B. C," will be received at this  office until 12 o'clock noon, on Tuesday, August 13, 1918, for the construction of one wooden shed, trackage,  etc. on or near Pier No. 3 at Victoria,  B. C. '  Plans and forms of contract can oe  seen and specifications and forms or  contract obtained at this Department  and at the office of the District Engineer at Victoria, B. C, and at the  Post Oflice, Vancouver,  B.  C.  Tenders will not be considered un-  VICTORIA— The plans for the extension to the Tranquille, Sanitarium  have been prepared and will reach  the Provincial Government soon,  when they will be considered by Hon.  Dr. MacLean, Provincial Secretary,  and when approved tenders will be  called for and tlie work started as  soon as possible. The cost of the  structure will be jointly borne by the  15$62—Mrs. H. Hall'2217 Triumph-—Ford  15463—H.   Shull, -SoSOv Pine   Crescent-^  McLaughlin.*      . '        ,   '(  15464—F.  Gavin,  1000'Pender E.—Mc-  .   Laughlin.  I 15465—A.   Wood,   2027—34tli Ave.—Ford.  J 15466—Dr. H.' F. Mitchell, 610 Jervis St  -iForcl.*" -'     .  15467—H.'Smith, River Ed:—Ford.  15468—P. Lawson,  3907  Tupper  St.—    ,  Ford.  15469—Imp. Transfer Co., 1050 Hamilton  ■ ^.Little Giant.    -   , •  15470—"B.- Fan-is.-.. Comox  St.—McLaugh.  15471—F.'Schommer,   Amer.   Can.   Co.—  Willys-O.  15472—H. Taylpr.  1341-Beach  Ave.— ,, .  - Gray-Dort. ?4   -    '"'-" >•<»  15473—V. "Maxwell, Ladner,—McLaughlin  *15474—W. Huntley, 520 Burrard—Chevro  15475—Campbell-Gordon    Co.—Chevrolet  15476—E. McKay,  1109 Harwood—Me- :  'Laughlln.  15477— T. Calloa.  1S40 6th W.—Gray-Dt.  1547S—A.^McCullough, 1377 Hornby—  i-'-.:   ■' - Ford.- " -  15479—G. Kent, 1853 Main St.—Ford,    .'  .15480—7<V.  McDonald,   195  Hastings  E.-r  Ford.    '' , ,       .  ;   \  15481— S."-Matsumiya,- 130 Cordova, E.—  Oldsmobile.  15482—-L-eeson,,Dickie, Gross. &t.Co.—;, - Y  'Chevrolet.   "   ,  15483—A. "Wilson, 2122 Alberta St.—Ford  15484—McLellan   &   McCarter,   1605 .6th  XV.—Little Giant.  15485—F.  R. Stewart & Co.—Ford.  15486—Mrs. J. Langill, 1721 Albert StA-  Ford.  R. Penny, Pt. Grey Rd.—Ford.  154SS—Mrs. K. Mason, 3330 3rd AV.—  Chevrolet.  15489—R. Rogers, 1795 3rd W.—Ford.  15490—David Spencer, Central Garage,—  Briscoe.  15491—Man Ling,  1620 Albert St.—Bris-  '   coe.  15492—M. A. Hill,   1335  12th E.—Ford.  154 93—J. T. Baker, Essondale—McLaugh  1549 I—Ferrler &"Lucas—McLaughlin.  15495—XV. M. Burnett, 2235 Triumph St.  —Briscoe.  15496—B.  Gillott   1029  Melville  St.—  Mitchell.  15497—S.  Sutor.  Chllliwack—Hudson.  154 98—"Mrs. J. Burns, Shaughnessy Hgts  —Chevrolet.  15499—Standard  Milk  Co.—Ford.  15500—E. E. Gibson, 790 Granville—Ford  15501—H. Cotterell, 329 Railway St.—  Maxwell. "  15502—H. McCartney, Marpole—Ford.  15503—B. Curtain, Pender Garage—Chev  15504—G. Woods, 738 Cardero—Chevrolet  15505—A. Lamb, 2153 Sth W.—Willys-O  15506—H. Dyke, N. Vancouver—Gray-Dt.  15507—H. Harvey, Ltd., 449 Homer St.—  Maxwell. -'  15508—J. A. Murray, 53 8th E.—Ford.  15509—E. Cochinour,  1437  10th E.— McLaughlin.  15510—American Can. Co., 4th & Trafalgar—Dodge.  15511—A.,Robb, 156 51st VV.—Ford.  15512—Dr   Gourlay,   5*3   Granville* St.—  ~>odge.  15513r— R.   Doherty,   Lulu   Tsland,—Little  'Giant..  1551 I—R. Gillrle,  327  5th E.—Chevrolet.  15515—K. Alexander, 1776 10th XV.—Chev  15516—-.1. Burgess, N7 Vancouver—E.M.F.  A 551 7-—R: Lyons—^Packard.  1551S—E.  Hyland,. 1537   10th  E.«—Ford.  15519—J.  Dalgleih,   White. Cliff—Ford.  J 5520—C. Germyn, Lynn Valley—Chevro.  15521—T.   Jackson,   Kingsway—Met?!,  15522—Vancouver Toy Co., 169 20th XV.—  Ford.  15523—.7. Morris, 7")rake & Hornbv—Ford  15524—R.  Clarke, "609   12th  B.—Ford.  1 5525—Dr.   Lang—Chevrolet.  15526—Van. DriiK. Co.—Ford. .  15527—Main Junk  Co..  Main  St.—Ford,  15528—J. Chatwin, *Pt.  Grey Rd.—Ford.  15529—A. Johnston,  1699 Laurier Ave.—           " l>n.  "<\.0  &SON  1 5Q Hastings St.,VV.  y  McLaughl  15530—G. Bawhs, 936 22nd W.—McLautch  ;553"(—E. Adams, 1906 13th W.—Gray-Dt  15532—W.  Frederick.  Ladner—Nash.  15533—P.  Burns & Co.—Little ■ Giant.  15534—P. Burns & Co.—Republic  15535—Mrs. C. Durant, 2966 Trinity St.—  McLaughlin.  15536—A. Parker,  Steveston—Ford.  15537—XV. V. 'Buckingham—Chevrolet  15538—J.  E.  Elliott.   Chilllwack—Stude'r  15539—G. IT.  Scott—Cadillac,  1554 0—E. Berry—Maxwell,  15541— Sun Tick Co.—Maxwell.  15542—M.  Vedeck, Pr.  Rupert—Little G.  15543—J.  Burmeston,   N.   Vancouver—  Ford.  1554 4—T. Wrlsht, 3917 Albert St.—Ford.  15545—Lee Kee.  3822   Hastings  R.—Ford  1554 6—Slater   Bros.,   123   Hastings   E.—  Ford.  1554 7—W. S.  Donaldson, 609 Hamilton—  Fffrd,,  QliuonSqiuire^mPfrancisco  (Jiiikecenierofilte  32rferfrom*Z?°per  Ihy. -ioooTSoorns:  Cbf&enientioike  7nea&n,C$ub?,$fK)ps  and7taiki)ai/Siatiom.  naqement (fames/Poock  1  Proincial   and   Dominion  governments  JS548—The World.  Ltd.—'Kord.  - '  ,            ..,,.."   *__ «....                              1 5.149—R. Cooper. Nanaimo—Ford,  each   contributing  $75,000.     "*"     "     ------  AUTOMOBILE RECORDS  FROM  JULY 10th TO JULY 25th.  Following  Is a  Complete  List of  New  Automobile Licenses Recorded for  Vancouver and .District-  No. Name        .  Address Cai  15461—T.  P. Smith, cor.  Cotton  Dr. and  Charles St.—lord. ,  15550-  15551-  A. Mnrtin, 220 2nd Ave.W.—Ford.  Empire Stevedoring Co., 301 Wel-  ton   Blk.—Chevrolet. .  15552—S.   Lotzkar,   321    Hawkes   Ave.—  Ford.  15553—J.  MeNamara,   552  Seymour St.—  Saxon.  15554—Lee Main, 218 Keefer St.—Reo,  15555—W7 Morden,   317   Lonsdale  Ave,—  Bnick.  15556—W. W. Ells, 2672 Pt. Grey Road-  Chalmers,  15557—F.  E. Heay,  2016 Kitchener St.—  Willvs-O.  1555S—F. Williams, 674 Keefer St.—Ford  It Pays Contractors To Advertise  You have service for salt—  ADVERTISE IT!  You have a reason for being in business—  ADVERTISE IT!  You realize that the better you are known the more business you  will do.    Ask our advertising manager to talk the  matter over with you.   Sey. 7808.  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